Webinar: The Sharing Economy and Wellbeing

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    The Sharing Economy and Wellbeing: How Can We Rebuild in a Collaborative and Sustainable Way?

    “Sharing is about discovering the abundance within and around oneself.” (Candida Rato)

    More than ever, we need to share – if we are to strengthen our relationships, support our communities and create a more sustainable world.

    [REGISTER FOR THIS FREE EVENT VIA: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrde2ppjktGNZ7uFWx67xPHTdyA5m_me2N]

    Sharing is an old practice, but also is also the basis of a rapidly growing global movement helping people – and the planet. It supports our wellbeing, and also demands that we look at the world in a different way.

    In this webinar, we will hear from two long-time explorers and practitioners of the Sharing Economy:
    – Benita Matofska (change-maker, speaker, author, and founder of The People Who Share)
    – Tom Llewellyn (Podcast host, filmmaker, and partnerships director at Shareable)

    Join us in this reflection and collaborative discussion about:
    – Practical examples of sharing in this time of physical distancing
    – How sharing economy could help us build back better in the future (post Covid-19)
    – The transformative power of sharing to create personal + collective wellbeing, and wider systemic change

    The is a free event that will run from 7.30-8.45pm on Tuesday 26th May.

    In these unprecedented times we need to find effective ways to support each other and build wellbeing together. This event is part of the #WellbeingTogether webinar series run by the Network of Wellbeing – NOW.

    Register via: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrde2ppjktGNZ7uFWx67xPHTdyA5m_me2N

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